On the one hand, once you get the hang of all that goes into fish keeping, maintaining an aquarium is quite simple. On the other hand, there are many concepts that are not obvious and that need to be understood to keep healthy fish and plants.
Here are some articles that summarize some of the most useful things I have learned in building and maintaining our aquarium.
As in previous years (2014 and 2015), I’m offering up the journal I use to keep track of maintenance, progress, and changes to our Fluval Spec V aquarium. It is a lot of Share on Facebook &nbs...Read More
I included this calculator as part of my article on performing a fishless cycle but wanted to make it a separate post for easier access. This is a simple calculator. Make sure to select your Share ...Read More
When I started my first stint at fishkeeping at 8 years old (80’s), nobody told me how to fishless cycle my aquarium, or about the beneficial bacteria in an established aquarium. About all I kne...Read More
Making major changes to your aquarium can be a pain. Last year, I decided to make a few changes to the setup of our Spec V aquarium; I wanted to swap out our old Flourite substrate for some new Up A...Read More
Even though my aquarium exploits are currently limited to the Fluval Spec V, I still dream of one day having a beautiful, big, planted tank, like one of those Share on Facebook Read more......Read More
Planning what fish and inverts are going to go in an aquarium is always daunting: how many fish, what species for your aquarium size, what fish will play nice with one another. So many questions th...Read More
I recently wrote a post on the merits of keeping an aquarium journal and thought I would post an example of an aquarium journal. This is the journal I started when setting up our Share on Facebook &nb...Read More